Let me quote something:
"Alejandro González Iñárritu may want audiences to believe that the stunning visuals for 20th Century Fox’s The Revenant were captured entirely in-camera,..."
source: http://www.awn.com/news/cinesite-delive ... s-revenant
"Computer-generated imagery is part of the bear's story, which Shumway declined to fully divulge because of Iñárritu's wishes."
source: http://www.indystar.com/story/entertain ... /78606964/
Isn't Inarritus approach hypocritical? I mean using modern techniques but not wanting the audience to know as if cg is bad per se which a lot of people think.
First Mad Max and The Force Awakens "all practical approach" in their marketing, now Inarritu withholding the use of cgi in his latest film.
I wonder when the vfx industry will do something against it, 'cause I assume as an vfx artist this has to be frustrating and annoying., being the scapegoat when it comes to a film being bad, but not getting the respect when it's due.
This is a trend I hope will soon be over!
What's your opinion on that?